Dustin Johnson rounding into form in time for AT&T Byron Nelson

Dustin Johnson is a world’s No. 1 player, though withdrawing from The Masters final month — mins before his tee time — prisoner some-more headlines than any of his new accomplishments.

“Back is a hundred percent good,” he pronounced Wednesday. “It has been a final dual weeks.”

A tie for second dual weeks ago during Wells Fargo, and a tie for 12th final week during The Players would bear that out.

Wells Fargo “was personification tough and it was breezy and, we know, only got around a march and kind of a same thing final week,” Johnson said. “I wasn’t unequivocally — a behind wasn’t bothering me. Didn’t have any use heading into a dual weeks.”

Johnson has been No. 1 given winning a Genesis Open in February. In Mar he combined a World Golf Championships-Mexico and a WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play in Austin.

“I wish to put myself in a position to have a possibility to win a golf tournament,” he said. “Doesn’t matter what contest it is or where I’m personification it at. You know, we design to contest each week.”

At a ATT Byron Nelson, Johnson has 4 top-10 finishes, and 6 top-25s in his final 6 appearances during TPC Four Seasons during Las Colinas.

Johnson hasn’t seen Trinity Forest Golf Club in Dallas, site of a 2018 Nelson.

“Obviously I’ve finished good here so I’ll really skip that,” he said.

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